Unexpected Error Code 51330 while using Wii online

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Last night, I had my Wii online and unexpectedly this error code appeared, “Error Code 5330. ”

I had done various research and followed the instructions that they had provided. I found out that once the WEP is turned on, the Wii displays this type of error message.

And so, I adjusted the broadcasting channel of the Linksys wireless router that I have, into Channel 3 for faster download and accessibility speed. The router is now broadcasting in the mixed mode. Afterwards, I turned off the router and then refreshed it and immediately, the internet connection resumed.

It was doing fine for about fifteen minutes but the same error occurred.

What should be done now? Help me. Thank you.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #111718

Unexpected Error Code 51330 while using Wii online

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Hello there!

It looks like you have exhausted all the work around, you could get. Follow these steps so you can enjoy your Nintendo Wii.

1. Verify first if the Wii, console is synchronizing with the routers wireless settings. Security keys are case sensitive.

2. Open ports on your Linksys router.

– Wii console may require unrestricted access to several websites, across various ports and protocols to function properly.

– Open ports 1 through 65535 for both TCP and UDP or this TCP port # 28910,29900,29901,29920,80, and 443.

NOTE: many software firewalls restrict outbound access. This may block communication that is required for online game play.

Answered By 0 points N/A #111719

Unexpected Error Code 51330 while using Wii online

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Hello Phineas, kindly try this steps;

You will need to check a few things, just to make sure what the actual problem is. Make sure that all the cords are well and properly plugged in and the sensor bar is centered properly above or below your TV set. Nothing should also be blocking the signal to the sensor bar. Also make sure that the batteries on the remote are in good a good working state and there are no wireless devices close by that might be interfering with the signal.

If everything is in order after checking the above and the remote is still not working then it probably needs to be re-synced. Turn off and unplug your wii console for a few minutes then turn the power back on and when you see the safety screen open the small flap on the front of the wii console. Inside you will find the red sync button.

Press and hold the red button down for 15 seconds and then remove the battery cover from the wii remote, inside you will see another red button. Press and release the red button, the blue lights on the remote will start blinking. Press and release the red button, the blue lights on the remote will start blinking and the quickly press and release the red sync button on the wii console. The remote will stop blinking and it should now be synced. Please try this steps and see whether the problem will be solved. Thank you.

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